With the Help of a Unicorn, College Students Are Schooled on Which Restroom to Use

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Looking back on so much of the past, the world was fairly explanation-free.

Whether institutions assumed we knew what we were doing or simply didn’t think it was their place to tell us, we were largely left to oversee ourselves.

In school, for example, we learned about things and ideas.

Contemporarily, kids appear to be educated about themselves — their beliefs, identity, and even skin color.

Indeed, these are the days of amplified instruction:

 

Apropos of that, attendees of the University of Hawaii at Manoa are getting educated on which restroom to use.

And in case they don’t quite get it, a quiz at the end can help out.

Aiding the adolescents: a unicorn.

For those unaware, The Gender Unicorn was created by Trans Student Educational Resources.

It teaches kids about humanity’s expanse:

Gender Identity:

  • Female/Woman/Girl
  • Male/Man/Boy
  • Other Gender(s)

Gender Expression:

  • Feminine
  • Masculine
  • Other

Sex Assigned at Birth:

  • Female
  • Male
  • Other/Intersex

Physical Attraction To:

  • Women
  • Men
  • Other Gender(s)

Emotional Attraction To:

  • Women
  • Men
  • Other Gender(s)

Here’s the horny horse, courtesy of Seattle Public Schools TV:

As reported by Campus Reform, UHM residents were treated to a unicorn-enhanced housing orientation stating, “All of these identities, and more, are protected at UH Manoa.”

Per CR, one slide directs denizens on proper pooping:

[Students should] use the restroom, changing room, or facility that corresponds to [their] gender identity.

The outlet asked Camaron Miyamaot, director of the campus’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer+ (LGBTQ+) Center, about the policy.

Camaron pointed to the University of Hawaii’s systemwide manual.

From Executive Policy 1.205:

In keeping with the University’s policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression, all employees, students, and visitors have the right to use the facilities that correspond with their gender identity and to be free from harassment and discrimination.

The policy also defines “Gender-Inclusive Facility”:

A facility, including but not limited to, restrooms, showers, locker rooms, and changing facilities, that is usable by persons of all gender identities and that is not gender-specific.

Schools are certainly making big moves where gender is concerned.

Regarding restrooms for non-cisgender class-goers, Harvard’s even created an app:

At UH, accommodation is key: Also offered are “lactation rooms,” which are to be placed into all newly constructed and renovated buildings.

Additionally, the resident training affirms all LGBTQ+ people’s preferred pronouns.

As for LGBT identity, students are provided a form by which they can ban their “dead” name and become something new.

There’s movement elsewhere on that, too:

Back to being instructed, restrooms were once a simple affair.

These days, detailed direction is required.

The past was less full of guidance, but perhaps because it was considerably less complicated:

-ALEX

 

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